Known for his forceful dramatic presentation, Al Pacino is most closely associated with the roles of Michael Corleone in
The Godfather trilogy, as well as Tony Montana of the legendary gangster film
Scarface. But it was his performance as Frank Slade, a blind, retired Lt. Colonel, in
Scent of a Woman that won him the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1993...See full bio »
Camino Real (1970). Drama (revival). Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by Bernardo Ségall. Directed by Milton Katselas. Directed by Michael Schultz. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 8 Jan 1970- 21 Feb 1970 (52 performances + 13 previews). Cast: Jean-Pierre Aumont (as "Jacques Casanova")...
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(1979, Playboy Magazine) Bang the Drum Slowly is my all-time-favorite film. I saw that three or four times. I'd like to go see it again. The baseball motif, the quality of the relationship between Moriarty and De Niro, is beautiful. Maybe I relate to it because I wanted to be a baseball player. For some reason, people don't talk about that movie.
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